Politics aside, the facts of science leave no doubt about when every new human life begins.
Contrary to political dogma, Pfizer‘s “gold standard” study of its Covid-19 vaccine found no evidence that the vaccine saves more lives than it costs. These earth-shaking results were buried 23 pages into the FDA‘s approval summary for the vaccine.
By failing to report the harms of raising the minimum wage while exaggerating the benefits, media outlets are leading voters and policymakers to make uninformed decisions that could harm a lot of people.
Just Facts president Jim Agresti reviews 3 crystal-clear cases where so-called “fact checkers” have spread blatant falsehoods. Do you notice the common thread between them?
Some people believe that government is not responsible for protecting people’s life, liberty, or property. In reality, the Declaration of Independence, the father of the Constitution, the main author of the 14th Amendment, and the Supreme Court have made it crystal clear that protecting these rights is the main purpose of government and the very reason for its existence.
Contrary to forecasts of doom, crystal-clear science shows that a broad range of outcomes related to climate change have stayed level or improved for the past 30 years.
By melding the principle of “government by the people” with strong checks against mob rule, the founders of the U.S. produced what is now the longest-standing constitution of all nations in the world.
Contrary to a New York Times video that claims the U.S. poverty rate is “closer to Mexico than Western Europe,” the poorest 20% of Americans consume more goods and services than the national averages for all people in most European countries.
Populations of disease-carrying insects have skyrocketed, and the media and environmentalists are blaming climate change. In reality, these surges have occurred in the places and at the times that DDT concentrations have decreased.
A common claim of the media and politicians is that men and women don’t receive equal pay for equal work. Numerous facts prove that is untrue.
Just Facts posts all new videos to social media, but these tech platforms typically
show each post to a small fraction of our followers. So if you want to reliably receive the latest
videos and other research from Just Facts, sign up for our